Campus Technology White Papers.

Higher education white papers and case studies from our sponsors. Click a title to read more or download.


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Ethernet Fabric for the Cloud: Setting the Stage for the Next-Generation Datacenter

10/26/11

Find out how organizations can seamlessly transition to data center fabrics.


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The Road To Cloud Computing: How to Evolve Your Data Center LAN to Support Virtualization and Cloud

10/26/11

Explore the reasons for adopting a new data center LAN architecture as presented by Ashton, Metzler & Associates.


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Five Reasons Classic Ethernet Switches Won’t Support the Cloud

10/26/11

Recent Internet.com article reveals the limitations of traditional Ethernet architectures and why they are likely to be inadequate for achieving the cloud computing service levels you require. Discusses why the applications you run may be the deciding factor in terms of your use of classic Ethernet or Ethernet fabric.


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A Need for Speed: Higher Education Moves to Wireless Networking with 802.11n

10/26/11

Discover what is driving leading institutions away from their existing wired and wireless network to the power and performance of next-generation wireless LAN.




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The Dynamic Datacenter Network in Transition: Building Scalable, Open Fabrics

10/26/11

Discover the advantages that can result from implementing an Ethernet fabrics-based architecture.


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Building Open and Secure Wireless Networks on Campus

10/26/11

Learn how 4 best practices for on campus wireless LANs can help competitively differentiate your intuition.


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Apple in Higher Education: Challenges, Benefits, and Solutions

09/01/11

Higher Education institutions have long celebrated diversity and their IT infrastructure is no different. In this whitepaper, GroupLogic, the leading provider of solutions for the cross-platform enterprise, will discuss the challenges and benefits that come with platform diversity within an institution’s computing network.


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Korean Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) uses HP X9000 to serve 30,000 simultaneous users

08/11/11

The Korea Educational Broadcasting System (EBS), founded in 1951, began broadcasting daily radio lessons to teachers, growing its business through the years by airing a TV school and establishing a TV and radio channel specializing in education...